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I think you need to post on the Malware section of the forum and provide the logs according with the instructions on this post


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I have just seen that installshield update service scheduler (32 bit) is running in task manager. If I end the task it fixes the problem but I have no idea what is causing it to be run.

It's not listed in start-up and the  ISUSPM.exe file doesn't appear in the registry in anything useful from what I can tell.


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Only just seen your previous reply, will do.

Many thanks


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I have just seen that installshield update service scheduler (32 bit) is running in task manager. If I end the task it fixes the problem but I have no idea what is causing it to be run.

It's not listed in start-up and the  ISUSPM.exe file doesn't appear in the registry in anything useful from what I can tell.

 

Its started from a task scheduler that ends if the computer is running from battery.

 

To be safe is better to do a complete check.


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